Child Nutrition Overview
The mission of the New Caney Independent School District Child Nutrition Department is to support the district in educating the students by providing quality nutritious meals in a positive environment.
<-----17-18 Menu Nutrients now available under School Menu
Menu subject to change due to product availability.
If you have a Senior or non-returning students please click here to fillout refund/transfer formTo request a refund/transfer click here to begin the web form
Debbie NeedhamDirector of Child NutritionPhone: (281) 577-8690Fax: (281) 399-3833Business Hours7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Monday - FridaySummer Hours6:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.Monday - Thursday20383 FM1485 WNew Caney, TX77357
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